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)please help!) muscle death in face!? Lips have a mind of their own? (help!)

  • Posted By: MyFaceIsMelting
  • April 11, 2011
  • 00:53 AM

This is not Bell's Palsy.

I was assaulted over a year ago.

My nose is fractured, septum deviated.

The bone that is under the nose, that you can feel when you stick your finger under your upper lip, feels like it is slanted towards the right.

This has seriously altered my nasal passage ways.

My lip was cut against my teeth, on my left side. (The corner of the upper lip, right near where it meets the bottom lip.)

I've undergone extensive amounts of muscle relearning, on the left side of my face.

I don't know what to do right now, as my face is sagging down.

What could the problem be??

How can I regain the muscle strength on the left side of my face?

What type of doctor should I see? I am from New Jersey, USA.


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  • i know how u feel its how u sleep like wat side ur on how hydrated u r and pigmentation for some rreason the cels dont match up i say ask a dermatoligist to look into it the cels anemic ,b 12 folate acid through blood tests say alot atm im getting tested for this but my cels r enlarges red cels and i might be actually pretty sick sadly... im 19 and i dont wanna die or feeel this pain atm in the side of my head .well its a numbnessalso look into ur teeth tmj has alot to do with ur skin im a guy i care for my skin use hydroxy acids and expoliate too to build the outside of the skin with the inside ur pigments should fix up let me say both sides r always differant no matter wat
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